BOLI BOLINGOLI faces an uncertain summer at Celtic after it emerged that he played in Sunday’s 1-1 Premiership draw against Kilmarnock despite having recently returned from Spain without quarantining.

Neil Lennon has since hinted that the Belgian defender does not have a future at Parkhead.

And reports today have suggested that Bolingoli is the subject of a loan bid from French outfit Amiens.

Sky Sports say the Ligue 1 side are keen to make a move for the defender and they are also looking to add an 'option to buy' clause if a deal is completed this summer.

It is understood that Bolingoli will be sanctioned by the SPFL and SFA later today for his actions.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon fired Scottish football a final warning on Tuesday after both Bolingoli and the Pittodrie pub goers failed to adhere to coronavirus safety rules. 

As a result the SFA and SPFL joint response group have introduced a “provision of sanctions” to ensure the Scottish Premiership is not pressed into lockdown once more.